Lubov Azria made her first Coachella pilgrimage this spring, and the experience informed BCBG Max Azria's new Resort collection, which was full of festival-appropriate attire. "Over 150,000 people, of all ages and backgrounds, came together in Indio this year for one reason: great music," Azria said at a preview. "I think that's an incredibly powerful, inspiring thing from our brand's point of view, because we try to make clothes that appeal to a wide variety of women with a range of personal styles." The new lineup mixed long and languid bohemian silhouettes with utilitarian details and rocker-chick hardware finishes. Silk apron maxi dresses and fluid jumpsuits that billowed with each step ("It's a built-in air-conditioning effect," Azria pointed out) were shown with flirty bralette tops, while embellished-eyelet denim pieces and a studded leather biker jacket featuring a vintage floral print added a tough whimsicality to the range.